From his quirky stage name to his mention of keeping it “Kenny G” in the first verse on Zipper, it’s safe to say that Tacoma, Washington emcee Sonny Bonoho is quite the character. Despite the fact that Zipper serves as the animated rhymesayer’s DJBooth debut, Bonoho has already worked with the likes of both D12 rapper Bizarre and Atlanta emcee Playboy Tre. The Northwest representer again links up with Playboy as the two rappers swap rhymes on the R-rated, party tune while production from Tommy GunnZ adds a sightly ominous vibe to Zipper thanks to the noted producers use of grim bass. Zipper will be featured on Bonoho’s Ol Durrrty Man album, which is due out on November 13.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/17/12
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